A web-audio exploration for sonification
Superpose Simulation is an exploration into web audio and real time browser based synthesis. An experiment on sonification of physical phenomena via principles of additive and frequency modulation based synthesis.
Two dimensional waves travel through a surface, perturb the soundscape, their interferences shape audible moments of intersection before returning to a diffused state. Every action stirs and interacts with its surrounding and where perturbations collide we can focus on how these interferences affect us.
Click here to try the prototype in your browser (Google Chrome is recommended).
This project was created within the scope of the class Sound: Past and Future at the MIT Media Lab in Spring 2020 and is a study for a spatial installation in progress. For more info on the class, and other people's projects, look here.